Capt. Rob has been fishing the coastal Louisiana marshes and
offshore waters of lower Terrebonne Parish for nearly 20 years. His
extensive knowledge of Dularge trout fishing along with consistently
finding fish allows his customers to be confident they will enjoy their
day on the water. His personality and hospitality keeps everyone coming
Whether you're looking for inshore speckled trout and redfish or any offshore species the Gulf of Mexico has to offer, Capt. Rob will make sure you have the most memorable and quality experience available in South Louisiana!
This is as real as it gets. Wind in your face. Sunrise over the marsh as you enter the easy waves of the Gulf of Mexico. It just doesn't get any better! With the best fishing in the world not very far from Cocodrie, LA - come experience the adventure of a lifetime with Impulse Fishing Charters!
INSHORE (Speckled Trout & Redfish)
Nov - March April - October
1 person $425.00 1 person $475.00
2 people $525.00 2 people $600.00
3 people $600.00 3 people $700.00
4 people $650.00 4 people $750.00
NO HIDDEN COST
Prices are all inclusive and includes Fuel, ice, rods, artificial baits, & fish cleaning.
There will be an extra cost on live bait if used ,which will run about $20.00-$60.00 which is in June-Oct.
*other boats and captains available for parties of 5 or more
OFFSHORE (1-6 People)
Rig Fishing - $1350 per day plus fuel
Big Game Fishing - $1500 per day plus fuel
Overnight Trip - $2700 (24 hrs) plus fuel
*Offshore trips include Ice, Tackle, and Bait.
Fish cleaning services are available at .35 cents per pound.
For a comfortable night before fishing or to shower and clean up after a long day of fishing, book the cozy Impulse Lodge! The rate for 1-6 people is $150 a night.
A $200 deposit is required to book all trips. Bad weather days or unfavorable sea conditions will be rescheduled. Deposit is non-refundable 2 weeks prior to trip.
Captain Rob fishes both inshore and offshore out of Cocodrie for trout, reds, tuna, snapper, cobia and wahoo. To book your trip with Captain Rob, call 225-776-9820 or e-mail email@example.comWhat to bring....
1. Saltwater Fishing License. If you don’t already have a saltwater fishing license, you can get one by calling (888)-765-2602. They will give you a number, that along with a copy of your driver’s license, will serve as your license.
2. Refreshments. Bring whatever food and drinks you will need for a full day/night on the water. Water is important to prevent dehydration. If you bring beer, only bring cans (no glass).
3. Dry Bag. A small dry bag is a good idea, although not necessary, to bring for carrying rain gear, hat, glasses etc. and other personal items that you may need while fishing.
4. Rain wear. Foul weather gear is recommended in all seasons. It doesn’t have to rain to get wet offshore. If the seas and wind are just right, you will get wet just riding in the boat.
5. Sunglasses. Polarized fishing glasses are recommended, if you have them, to lessen the sun's glare that reflects off the water.
6. Camera. Bring a camera to document the big fish you catch or video the beautiful Gulf Coast or marsh sights. If we catch any billfish, we will tag and release them, so photos are a must.
7. Head gear. A brimmed hat, visor, or ball cap is a good idea.
8. Dramamine or Bonine. If you get seasick, or aren't sure if you do, it’s a good idea to take this or other similar product, the night before a day trip, or the morning of a night trip. We recommend Bonine over Dramamine because it causes less drowsiness.
9. Sun Protection. Make sure you bring sunscreen. We recommend Neutrogena Ultra Sheer or Spectrum+ Sun block. You may also consider long sleeve fishing shirts or tshirts.
10. Cooler. Bring a cooler to transport your catch home.
11. Plastic bags. Ice bags are available at no charge to quickly bag your meat for transport. However, we recommend bringing Ziploc bags